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Dr Marlies Böhm



Marlies grew up in Cape Town - but has German parents and can offer consultations in German if needed.

1988-1993 BVSc Onderstepoort
1993-1995 Mixed practice in Essex, UK
1995-2000 Small animal hospital practice in Berkshire, UK

1998 Royal College's Certificate in Small Animal Medicine 

2000-2002 Locumming and self-funded residency at the Queen's Veterinary School Hospital, University of Cambridge, UK
2003-2006 Full time residency in small animal internal medicine at Onderstepoort
  2003 Royal College's Diploma in Small Animal Medicine
  2006 Master of Veterinary Medicine (Small Animal Medicine)
  2006 Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine,
      (an internationally recognized specialist qualification)
2006-2007 Locum medicine specialist at  an 11-vet specialist referral practice in the UK
  2007 Royal College Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
  2007 South African Veterinary Council Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

Marlies moved to PE at the end of 2007 and King Edward Referrals officially opened in April 2008. In additon to treating ill pets, she lectures (mainly to vets) locally and nationally, reviews papers for the Journal of the South African Veterinary Association and has served as an external examiner for BVSc(hons) students at Onderstepoort as well as for veterinary physiotherapy students at Equine Librium.

Mrs Sue Bromley


Sue moved to South Africa from the UK in 1993.

She has always had dogs, was the joint director of 'The Dog School' in Kabega Park till 2009 and is a KUSA registered dog trainer.

Sue started working at King Edward Referrals as receptionist and practice administrator in 2008 when we first opened. Since then, the scope of her work has broadened (a little) to include just about everything. Prior to 2008, Sue was employed in the banking and travel industries. 

Mrs Michele Nickisson



Michele started working at King Edward Referrals in 2013 having been a client for several years before that with her Jack Russell Terrier Jodie, who has a rare endocrine problem.

Michele comes to us with a broad range of experience gained from working at one of the well known vetshops in PE, running her own gym and working in the travel industry. She is a whizz with admin and has taken over much of the lab work.



Carmen is a spayed female Canis africanus (township dog) and was probably born around January 2008.

She moved here from the Animal Welfare Society in June 2008 - to be in charge of security. This was after some gentlemen tried to steal the copper pipes from the side of the practice one night.

Carmen is very happy to meet every new patient and owner. Her other favourite occupation is encouraging in-patients to enjoy the garden with her.



Levi (Donnehaus Levi Five O One) is a spayed female Dobermann and was born on 1 Sept 2006.

She lives here on long-term loan from Donné Lucas of Donnehaus and Chaldonne kennels to keep Carmen on the straight and narrow. 

Running on the beach is about as essential to her life as breathing.